Introducing Autodesk Revit Architecture 2011 Review

Introducing Autodesk Revit Architecture 2011
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I had purchased the Mastering Autodesk Revit book, but after a few pages I thought it would be better to read this book first to get more of the fundamentals down. I consider myself a quick learner with new programs but with all the changes between Revit and CAD I was getting caught up in the new vocabulary. This book provides a great foundation for learning Revit. The chapters are well organized and easy to read. There are also a lot of pictures so you dont have to be in Revit to understand what is going on although that does help reinforce the concepts.

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Revit all-stars present a fast, focused introduction to Revit functions, tools, and concepts
Hailed for its ease of use, power, and sophistication, Revit is the industry-leading Building Information Modeling (BIM) software package. Introducing Revit Architecture provides a thorough overview of Revit's concepts, interface conventions, tools, and tasks. In-depth discussions, reinforced by comprehensive step-by-step exercises, detail how to model, document, present, and share designs. Written by expert authors – all architects with years of Revit experience – Introducing Revit Architecture is the perfect resource for readers of all skill levels who want to quickly accomplish crucial Revit tasks.
Practical exercises on core Revit features enable new users to quickly get up to speed
A 16-page color insert focusing on real-world Revit uses drawn from the team's experience and industry contacts
Straightforward explanations, real-world examples, beautiful illustrations, and practical tutorials focus squarely on accomplishing vital Revit tasks

Introducing Revit Architecture helps professionals and students to easily and efficiently learn the basics of Revit and BIM.

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